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(The $81 price was for a premier site.) There is nothing we could find lacking in this park. It is truly a resort feel, with lush landscaping, several pools, immaculate look, etc. It is located in a residential area and is very quiet, yet we were a 10 minute drive to the big casinos on the Strip. We would highly recommend this park to anyone.

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This RV park is more than satisfactory for visiting Grand Canyon. This is the one that has full hookups including cable TV. Sites are spaced fairly close, but we have seen a lot worse. There is a picnic table and some room between sites. The park has a few trees. We would definitely come here again to see Grand Canyon.

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We stayed here for two days so as to visit with relatives in Sun City West, then stayed another day due to bad weather. It is very quiet here and the park is kept very clean and neat. The sites are all pull through, ours was level and large enough for our 36' motorhome and toad. Water pressure and electric 50 amp service were both good. We appreciated the trash can at every site. We would stay here again if in the area.

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This park is very unusual and difficult to rate. It is very remote, the sites are spacious, and the landscape is minimal. We were pleasantly surprised to find a 50 amp hookup at our site, and of course there are no sewer hookups. We found that the park employees were not very forthcoming with information about the park; we felt that we had to ask the right questions to get answers. It WAS a unique experience to camp here, but we would not return.

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This park is just outside Albuquerque but easy to get into town. A Camping World is nearby if you need supplies. The people here (staff and customers) are very friendly. Our nephew visited us for a few hours and they didn't charge us for an extra visitor like so many parks do. The showers were immaculate. Several nice laundry rooms around the park. Sites are large enough that you don't feel squeezed in, are concrete pads and gravel, have a nice picnic table and at least some foliage. Our site was very level. They are on well water, and occasionally the water pressure would drop. We would come here again.

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We stayed here after a visit to White Sands. The people here are very nice, directing us to Pistachio Land across the street! The whole park is basically gravel, very level, and the hookups all worked well. The sites are long pull-throughs, perfect for a one night stay. Traffic noise continued at night. We would come again for one night, but would not make this an extended stay park.

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The management at this park is excellent! He is a fountain of information about the area, told us where to shop, what to see in El Paso and in Mesilla, where to eat the best Mexican food, etc. He is also very entertaining! The park itself is quiet, neatly kept and the services all work very well. Our problem was with the layout of the pull-through sites. They were very narrow, and situated so that you and your neighbor's picnic tables faced each other...not acceptable! The laundry was very reasonably priced, clean, and even included an iron and ironing board, something I appreciated.

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This is a hard campground to rate. Big Bend Park is a Ten all day long! But this campground is simply a parking lot for RVs. They are lined up side by side, close together. The worst aspect is the narrowness of the fairway between one row and another. We watched people with fifth wheels and long trailers try to back in with no room to do so. It's a shame that with so much space in this park, that they couldn't allocate another ten feet of parking lot space. There was a picnic table for each site on the uneven and unmowed grassy area behind your RV.

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Echoing the other reviewers, this park is at the end of a dead end road and the owners live on site. We felt as if we were camping in someone's back yard with lots of trees and no one around! The price can't be beat for a full service RV site, including cable tv. No other amenities, but we loved it. We would definitely come here again if in the area.

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All of the services here worked great...water pressure was good, sewer, electric, cable tv all worked fine. The wi-fi was good, of course we were across from the office. The people are very professional and helpful. Park is maintained beautifully, with freshly raked gravel sites and neatly mowed lawn. The sites are a little close, but they are arranged on an angle to lessen the feel of being packed in. The location was great with relation to the path to bike on; the river was right next to the park. It is on a bus line if you want to take that into San Antonio, a nice city to visit. We would come here again.

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All sites are concrete, large, and have room for the picnic table as well. We were parked under some beautiful oak trees and there is a lot of space between sites. All of the hookups worked well, including cable tv. Wi-Fi was more than adequate. Their laundry room is large, clean and reasonably priced. The exercise room is very nice, and the pool and hot tub look brand new! The women at the front desk are all very personable and helpful. We would come here again if in the area.

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We found this park to be exactly what we needed. We are towing a Jeep behind our motor home, and the long pull through concrete sites let us leave it hooked up for our stay. The bathrooms are immaculate! And the same goes for the laundry room, complete with an iron and ironing board, which I was looking for in our last "resort" park in New Orleans! The prices for laundry are very fair, too, only $1 to wash or dry. Everyone I met was friendly and helpful, and they offer a free breakfast every morning. We would not pick this park for long term, but for a quick stop just off I-10 it is perfect. We will return.

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It's all about the location. The French Quarter is a five minute walk away; that's why we're here. The Resort is basically a (very neat) parking lot for RV's. It is right next to I-10. We got a Good Sam discount, but paid extra for being here during the Festival weekend. Pool, laundry, exercise room all looked acceptable, but we didn't use them. Security was good, 24/7; we felt safe here. But it is very expensive for the opportunity to be close to the action! Wi-fi was slow. No picnic tables. No extras to speak of. We would come back if we wanted to be in the French Quarter again.

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Price was a Florida residents senior rate. Campground was satisfactory, sites were spacious enough, water pressure and electric service were good. Close to Perdido Key and Pensacola. The park itself is not too exciting; we walked their boardwalks. No sewer, so not a long term place for us. Good spot for the price, though.

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This park is very clean and neat, has large concrete pads for your rig and the picnic table. Landscaping is also very nice and neat. Our negatives were for the closeness of the sites. They really pack them in here, and the roads are also very congested, no room for anything on the roadways. We had a strong Verizon signal, but their own wi-fi signal is weak. Our biggest complaint was the very weak water pressure. It was so bad that I had to use their showers to wash my hair. The shower was small but fine once I figured out that the hot and cold controls were reversed! We would look at one of the other local RV parks the next time we come through here.